As we enter the final months of 2022, months traditionally synonymous with reflection and thanksgiving, we invite you to join us in reflecting on what learning with joy, faith and purpose for twenty years at Resurrection Lutheran School means to your family.

Were you here in the early days of Pastor Paul Kibler’s vision for how Lutheran education could serve as an outreach to the community? Were you one of the 18 kindergarten students in our first class in 2002? Or were you one of the first families in the newly established Middle School in 2007? Was your son or daughter part of the first graduating class in 2010? Perhaps yours is a family who joined us this year? Just maybe, you are someone that contributed to these first twenty years in another way – years that established RLS as a school community with a firm, familial, and faithful foundation. Whatever your role, whatever your connection, however long you were with us, we are grateful that you are part of the story of our school.

Beginning November 9th, our school community will focus on Twenty Days of Thanks and Giving for RLS. Each RLS student is encouraged to complete a calendar documenting twenty experiences of thanks and giving beginning November 9th and concluding on Giving Tuesday, November 29th

During these days of thanks and giving, we ask you to reflect on your connection to Resurrection Lutheran School and to help us secure the future of RLS by making a financial contribution to our Twenty Years in Education Annual Fund.  With your commitment to RLS, we are confident our school will continue to grow and soar to new heights for many years.


First Kindergarten Class


First Graduating Class